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After Losing At Trial, Mississippi Physician Sentenced to 42 Months in Prison for Role in Prescribing Allegedly Medically Unnecessary Compounded Medications to Patients and for Falsifying Patient Records to Make it Appear He Had Examined Them Before Prescribing

Physicians who consider "telemedicine" or writing prescriptions to patients they have not physically seen or any other unusual arrangement for seeing patients and prescribing medications or supplies should consider a recent case. In this case, a 78 year old Mississippi physician, … Continue reading

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[Eugene Volokh] N.H. Criminal Libel Charges (for Allegedly Libeling Police Chief) Dropped

Charges have been dropped in that case I blogged about Wednesday, reports Sea Coast Online (Alex LaCasse): Citing a review by the New Hampshire attorney general's office, Exeter police dropped the criminal defamation charge against Robert Frese for online comments … Continue reading

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Semi Driver Allegedly Overmedicated Prior to School Bus Crash

A semi driver is alleged to have taken twice the amount prescribed dosage of an anti-anxiety medication before crashing into a school bus in Columbia County. Details of the Columbia County Trucking Accident According to the Journal Sentinel, 42-year-old Wayne … Continue reading

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Court Finds in Favor of Government in Recent Motorcycle Accident Case Allegedly Caused by Poorly Maintained Road

As a general matter, Maryland government employees, entities, and organizations are entitled to immunity from Maryland personal injury lawsuits. However, under the Maryland Tort Claims Act (MTCA), accident victims can pursue a claim for compensation against the government in certain … Continue reading

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AT&T, Verizon face DOJ investigation for allegedly trying to lock eSIMs

Enlarge / Apple Watch Series 3, with eSIM technology for connecting to cellular networks. (credit: Apple) AT&T and Verizon are being investigated by the Department of Justice (DOJ) over whether they colluded in order to prevent customers from easily switching … Continue reading

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